A Catered St. Patrick's Day

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Kensington Books, 2012 - Fiction - 323 pages
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St. Patrick┐s Day is usually a time of revelry in Longely, but this year things will be different. The festivities certainly don┐t get off to a smooth start when Bernie┐s boyfriend finds Mike Sweeney floating face down in a vat of green beer. So much for the luck of the Irish┐ When their best customer┐s nephew, Duncan, is tagged for the crime, Bernie and Libby are asked to investigate. It won┐t be easy, though, because Duncan looks like a good fit for the crime. Bernie and Libby laser in on Duncan┐s friends, all members of The Corned Beef and Cabbage Club. But the deeper Bernie, Libby, and Sean delve into Mike Sweeney┐s death, the more they discover that things are most definitely not what they seem┐

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I generally dislike mystery novels that are lumped into a category called the "cozy", which is the category that this book falls into. When I found a new, unread copy of this book at my local library ... Read full review

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A Catered St. Patrick's Day by Isis Crawford Realize the author has put out other books along the same lines, just different holidays and after reading 1/2 of the first page I know I will be hunting ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Isis Crawford was born in Egypt to parents who were in the diplomatic corps. When she was five, her family returned to the States, where her mother opened a restaurant in Upper Westchester County and her father became a university professor. Since then Isis has combined her parents' love of food and travel by running a catering service as well as penning numerous travel-related articles about places ranging from Omsk to Paraguay. Married, with twin boys, she presently resides in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, where she is working on the next Bernie and Libby culinary mystery. Readers can visit her website at www.isiscrawford.com.

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